What is Tea?

Converse about the 34 tea lessons on teaclass.com


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Mar 10th, '10, 14:37
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What is Tea?

by Charles » Mar 10th, '10, 14:37

This discussion thread is dedicated to questions and comments on the TeaClass lesson: What is Tea (http://www.teaclass.com/lesson_0101.html). TeaClass is designed to be a free educational tool so if anything is unclear, let us know! We're also using TeaClass to train our own retail store staff so please feel free to share anything you've heard or read that disagrees with the lesson. Our goal is to continually improve this tool based on your feedback.

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Mar 10th, '10, 15:49
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Re: What is Tea?

by Aphroditea » Mar 10th, '10, 15:49

My first lesson....do not take a review test with a dog in your lap who thinks hitting the keyboard with her nose is amusing.... :roll:

With dog back in her little bed, I passed with flying colors :D

Mar 10th, '10, 22:57
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Re: What is Tea?

by Ebtoulson » Mar 10th, '10, 22:57

Hmm I see where most of the questions are coming from but some questions can be up for speculation, for instance doesn't caffeine also provide some health benefits.

I passed after 3 tries :(
I kept saying tisanes instead of all and that health benefits question.

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Mar 11th, '10, 07:55
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Re: What is Tea?

by Charles » Mar 11th, '10, 07:55

Thanks Ebtoulson. You are correct that caffeine does offer some health benefits on its own. I've re-worded the quiz question to be more clear. :)

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